Sugar beauty. Scientists have named 5 unusual properties of watermelon

Juicy, sweet, and what a use­ful … Sci­en­tists have proven that every­thing is edi­ble in a water­mel­on — pulp, seeds and even peel!

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Read more: Unusu­al: Water­mel­on and Feta Sal­ad

Rejuvenation effect

Sci­en­tists assure: the huge ben­e­fits of green and striped lies in its com­po­si­tion. Avail­abil­i­ty min­er­al salts (cal­ci­um, mag­ne­sium, zinc), vit­a­mins of groups B, P, E, as well as pectins have a ton­ic and cleans­ing effect on the body. And the beta-carotene con­tained in water­mel­on neu­tral­izes the effect of skin aging.

Inter­est­ing: 180 g of water­mel­on per day will help you get 20% of the dai­ly require­ment of vit­a­min C, which is involved in the for­ma­tion and main­te­nance of col­la­gen, the main pro­tein of the skin.

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Vascular health

As for the peel, it is a source of chloro­phyll and the amino acid cit­rulline, which help to strength­en the immune sys­tem. They are also very impor­tant for blood ves­sels and heart health. The main thing is that the water­mel­on was grown in nat­ur­al con­di­tions and was not processed with chem­i­cals.

It is enough to grind the peel in a blender, add lime juice and the vit­a­min drink is ready!

You can take this drink once a week. You will def­i­nite­ly feel fresh­er and more ener­getic.

Almost Viagra


An inter­est­ing obser­va­tion by Texas sci­en­tists is that sub­stances were found in water­mel­ons that are sim­i­lar in com­po­si­tion to Via­gra. Once in the body, they increase libido. Just a few slices of a megaber­ry can have the same effect as aphro­disi­acs — seafood, cit­rus fruits, etc.

No toxins

Accord­ing to the lat­est research by sci­en­tists, water­mel­on pits are also very use­ful. They con­tain vit­a­min B, as well as pro­tein and fiber, which have a pos­i­tive effect on the diges­tive sys­tem, help cleanse the body of tox­ins and tox­ins.


Water balance

Anoth­er obser­va­tion: due to the increased water con­tent, a juicy fruit in the heat will save you from heat stroke and quench your thirst. And of course, when choos­ing a water­mel­on, you should def­i­nite­ly pay atten­tion not only to its tail, but also to the size of the berry. The larg­er and lighter the water­mel­on, the sweet­er and juici­er it is!

Do you want to quench your thirst? Try mak­ing frozen juice or sor­bet — this is what you need on a hot day!

Author: Culi­nary mas­ter­pieces

Source: YouTube


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